Usually you don’t get Internet connections everywhere, if you want to watch TV shows or streaming movies on an airplane, or on the subway, or anywhere out in the wild away from your cellular towers, you can download them before or ahead of time.
Not all services offers a download features, but quite a few services allow you to download videos ahead of time so that you can watch them later, this saves lots of valuable cellular data and your money especially if you’re on roaming internationally. Lets take a look of some apps which can save your valuable time.
The Amazon Prime, video app is available for iPhones and iPads, Android devices, and Amazon’s own Kindle that allows you to download videos to your device so you can watch them offline. If you want to know more about Amazon Prime here’s the link
~Just download the app and sign in with your Amazon account.
~Find the movie or TV show you want to watch and tap the “Download” button to the right of it. Downloaded videos will appear in the “Downloads” section of the app later, so you can open the app and watch them–even without an Internet connection.
This feature is only available in the Amazon Video apps for iOS, Android, and Amazon’s Fire OS. You can’t do this from the website, so you can’t do it on a laptop. You need a smartphone or a tablet–and not a Windows tablet.
# YouTube Red
YouTube offers this feature, but only if you pay for YouTube Red (which actually isn’t a bad deal if you use Google Play Music, which is included–you get both Google Play Music’s music library as well as YouTube Red for the same price you’d pay for Spotify or Apple Music.)
To download a video, open the YouTube app on an iPhone, iPad, or Android device and tap the menu button next to a video. Tap “Save Offline” and you’ll be prompted to choose which resolution you want to download the video in. Higher resolutions offer a better quality video, but take more space on your device.
You’ll find the videos you saved for offline use under the profile tab. Tap “Offline Videos” and you’ll see a list of videos you can watch offline.
This feature is only available in the YouTube app for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. You can’t do this from the YouTube website, so you can’t do it on a laptop.
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